Flight Schedule

Fri 24/Sep/2021 19:14
Airline nameFlight No.ORIGINETAStatus
Allied Air CargoAJK 4125 O. R. Tambo int'l Airport17:05Landed
Ethiopian AirlinesET 334 Addis Ababa Bole int'l Airport17:56Landed
Uganda AirlinesUR 121Julius Nyerere int'l Airport18:22Landed
Jambo JetJM 8524Jomo Kenyatta int'l Airport18:39Landed
Fri 24/Sep/2021 19:14
Airline nameFlight No.DestinationETDStatus
Ethiopian AirlinesET 337Addis Ababa Bole int'l Airport17:34On Schedule
DHL CourierAKS 415 Jomo Kenyatta int'l Airport18:09On Schedule
Ethiopian AirlinesET 335 Addis Ababa Bole int'l Airport18:48On Schedule
Jambo JetJM 8525Jomo Kenyatta int'l Airport19:09On Time

The New Passenger Terminal Building at Entebbe Airport The UCAA sponsored Senior's Golf Tournament was teed off by the Ag. Director General, Mr. Fred Bamwesigye at Uganda Golf Club as part of the Aviation Week activities of 2020. The new passenger terminal building at Entebbe International Airport The Minister of State (Transport), Hon. Joy Kabatsi, has visited and inspected facilities and ongoing projects at Entebbe International Airport. On-going works for the New Cargo Centre at Entebbe International Airport

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Get answers to our most commonly asked questions about aviation in Uganda. Please check this guide before contacting us.

The authorization granted by the CAA for the time table (Schedules) of airlines for the operation their operations into/out of Uganda.

Operators wishing to conduct Six (6) or more non-scheduled flights in one season (06 Month period) is required to be certificated as per the Foreign Air Operator Certification procedure similar to scheduled flights.

An Air Services agreement usually covers only scheduled international air services, but a few also regulate non – scheduled International air Services.

This is a legal Certificate the Authority issues in terms of the Air Navigation Act and regulations made there under by the Director General of Civil Aviation to a prospective applicant who meets the necessary criteria for carrying on the business of air transportation in Uganda.

Yes. You can only in the cargo hold and you are required to obtain a written approval from CAA.

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